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Covid-19 Government Relief Alert

In our previous article, released on 31 March 2020, we discussed the various tax relief measures, implemented by the South African Revenue Service (“SARS”) to curb the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Lockdown. The article can be found HERE for reference.

Covid-19 Business Impact Alert

Considering the magnitude and severity of the COVID-19 outbreak, which has been declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organisation (“WHO”), the Minister of Coorperative Governance and Traditional Affairs on 15 March 2020 declared a National State of Disaster in terms of the Disaster Management Act No. 57 of 2002 (“the Disaster Act”) per Government Gazette No 43096.

Investing in African Mining Indaba 2020

Next week, the annual Investing African Mining Indaba kicks off in Cape Town. The industry’s global stakeholders will gather to discuss the issues and opportunities at play. 

Moore is once again pleased to be attending this prestigious event. If you have any questions, or would like to find out more more information, please contact our South Africa Leaders in Energy, Mining and Renewables, Olivier Barbeau (Managing Partner, Moore Johannesburg) and Leonard Roberts (Managing Partner, Moore JHB-East Rand).

Olivier and Leonard will be joined by global sector leaders, Jeff Blackbeard (Regional Director Africa and Middle East) and David Tomasi (EMR Global Sector Leader). We look forward to seeing you there.


A Tour Like No Other

Moore Stellenbosch Partner, Izak du Plessis, and five other cyclists will cycle a distance of 1904 km, from Johannesburg to Cape Town, in 11 days to raise awareness of child abuse. Izak is no stranger to the bike. He has been cycling for 26 years, he has completed 22 Cape Argus cycle tours and 4 Epics, alongside various other multi-stage cycling events, too many to mention! But this will be a tour unlike any other in South Africa. It will not only impact Izak’s life, but it will change the lives of many others.
Support him by making a donation towards this extraordinary fundraising effort. #ProudlyMoore
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Get Your Financial House in Order these Holidays

The holiday season is almost upon us, and it's an excellent time to get your financial house in order. Olivier Barbeau, Managing Partner at Moore Johannesburg, suggests that a pre-holiday financial to-do list should a top priority for anyone looking to kick off the new decade with some peace of mind. Most of these tasks can be accomplished quickly, but the benefits can last a lifetime.

An Update on The Property Practitioners Act

The release date of the Estate Agency Affairs Act 112 of 1976 (EAAA) clearly indicates that it is outdated. A lot has changed in the last 43 years and now, so has this act. The Property Practitioners Act 22 of 2019 (PPA), which replaced and repealed the EAAA, was promulgated in the Government Gazette on 3 October 2019. National Technical Director of Moore South Africa, Sindy Pretorius, takes a closer look.

The CIPC Companies Compliance Checklist

On 13 August 2019, CIPC issued Notice 52 of 2019 confirming that it is now implementing a new method to monitoring compliance with the Companies Act 71 of 2018 with the so-called Compliance Checklist. As of 01 January 2020, the submission of the compliance checklist will be compulsory and needs to be submitted to CIPC as part of the annual return submission process. Nadia Van Der Merwe, Cosec Manager at Moore Johannesburg-East Rand, looks at what is required in the checklist, and what companies need to do to ensure compliance.

Business Travel and Tax Compliance - Be Part of Our Global Study

Have you ever considered the individual and corporate tax risks of your increasingly mobile and global work force? If you or your employees travel internationally for work, those trips may have tax implications, presenting compliance risks that need to be actively managed. In other words, their presence in another country can create a tax reporting requirement.

A Moore Trainee’s Take on the New Brand

As part of the recent rebrand from Moore Stephens to Moore, the brand refreshed its brand pillars – the traits we hold as key to who we are and the working environment we seek to create for both clients and our team. Matt Budden, a trainee in the Moore Cape Town firm, shares his thoughts on what these pillars - access, passion, community and care - actually mean in industry, traditionally defined by just the numbers.
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